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Sukkur – Karachi, Sindh Government Plans To Run A Bullet Train

When addressing the bullet train, Sindh’s Transport Minister Sharjeel Memon remarked that “it will first be introduced on the Karachi-Hyderabad route.”

Sindh Transport Minister Sharjeel Memon recently stated that the Sindh government is planning to establish a bullet train that will operate from Karachi to Sukkur. Once this train is operational, the number of hours spent travelling between the two cities will significantly increase.

During a discussion about the Yellow Line BRT in Karachi, the proposals were discussed with World Bank representatives. In addition to the transport minister and the World Bank team, several other ministry personnel attended the seminar.

Sharjeel Memon, speaking to the World Bank delegation, stressed that they need the organization’s help as they prepare to begin construction on the Karachi-Sukkur bullet train project and enhance Karachi’s transportation infrastructure.

Sharjeel Memon elaborated on the Sindh government’s plans, indicating that the bullet train will initially be built between Karachi and Hyberabad and will gradually be expanded.

In addition to assisting with the construction of the bullet train, the transport minister requested that the World Bank send 300 electric buses for the People’s Bus Service project in Karachi.

China is currently supplying Pakistan with high-quality electric buses. According to reports, China is expected to provide Pakistan with 446 high-speed buses, 230 of which are expected to arrive in Karachi over the next few weeks.

When the buses arrive, they will be received by Pakistan Railway and delivered to the appointed location.

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